City of Bridgeport Reverse 911

The City of Bridgeport’s REVERSE 911 (R911) system is a computer-based program that can send emergency messages using a combination of database and Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping technologies. The system can quickly target a precise geographic area and saturate it with thousands of calls. Reverse 911 offers a variety of options that allow the Police, Fire, and Health Departments to custom-build a notification system to meet the exact needs of the community.

REVERSE 911 can be used for many situations to include:
• Emergency evacuations
• Missing person alerts
• Natural disaster alerts
• Hazardous material leaks
• Crime alerts and prevention information
• Neighborhood emergency situations
• Sexual predator notifications
• Homeland security alerts

The REVERSE 911 currently contains only published telephone numbers. Citizens who have unlisted or unpublished telephone numbers will not be contacted. If you have an unpublished telephone number and want to be contacted in the event of an emergency please fill out this registration form:


**If you do not want to be called and have a published telephone number please select REMOVE on the first question of the form.
NOTE: You must be a Bridgeport resident to be added.
NOTE: REVERSE 911 will not work with telephone lines that have call screening features. For example, if your telephone line requires an individual to identify themselves through a recorded message before the call is accepted, the REVERSE 911 system will not work. The system is designed to play the recorded message upon voice activation, such as an answering machine recording or a person saying “hello.”

Privacy Notice and Disclaimer:
The City of Bridgeport will not share or distribute personal information gathered by this form and will use it solely for the purpose of providing Community Emergency notifications. If submitted on our web site, your information is submitted over a secure, encrypted connection for your protection.

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